ECB’s efforts to reach out to the community are laudable; perhaps India and Pakistan can also take a leaf out of that book read more
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People in power need to step it up and signal that this form of ‘ingrained prejudice’ is read more
WG was much before his time, and his legacy finds resonance even today when the Gayles and Bravos go the T20 freelancer route
It needed a dash of maturity to fully appreciate India’s first cricketing superstar, but once you did you couldn’t get enough
The path-breaking duo have established themselves as role models, especially with women’s cricket at an all-time high currently
Jaipur Police might have used humour and the Champions Trophy final no-ball to drive home a point, but the paceman is far from amused
Sport is no respecter of reputation or ranking, as the David that is Pakistan proved the other day by felling Goliath India
The Asian nations were not expected to have a major say in the Champions Trophy; so, how come they have thrown up three semifinalists?
In times of terror and strife, sport ought to be the ideal vehicle for peace, but is that asking for too much?
The South African will be no less a cricketer if he bows out without a major trophy; if anything, it will add to the romance